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Cyprus in miniature

New Cyprus Magazine presents some pictures from the newly opened Minia Cyprus Museum. It is an outdoor museum depicting famous buildings from Cyprus in miniature.

The museum is open from 8am to 6pm every day. Price for adults is 5 TL and 2.50 TL for students. Children under seven years enter free. The miniature models are made of steel and fibre glass and the project was funded by Tatlısu Municipality and Turkey.

The museum is located at Panagia Pergminiotissa Church outside Tatlısu. Muhtar Mehmet from Tatlısu Municipality is responsible for the running of the museum every other day.

See previous article here.

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Has worked as a photographer since 1997. After his apprenticeship he commenced employment at the Metro newspaper in Prague as picture editor and photographer. Since 1998, he has worked freelance mainly for newspapers, weeklies and magazines in Sweden, but also assignments in advertising, weddings and Hus photography. Since March 2014 Petter has been living in Northern Cyprus. His approach is characterized by photojournalism and Petter has a penchant for storytelling with imagery.